Checkout my cute flower leaves green and white romper!
Jumpsuits and rompers have been the “Seema Style” trend on the golf course over the last year. I love the fact that they are so comfortable, easy to wear and fashion forward. Rompers are also transitional, I love that I can play 18 holes and meet family and friends for dinner with just a change of shoes:)
I paired my flower leaves romper with my Seema Style all-white FootJoys and my Titleist visor!
Playing a flop shot can be quite the challenge but extremely worth the challenge if executed correctly. When choosing your wedge, make sure you choose your highest lofted wedge in your bag. I use my 60 degree to execute my flop shots to the best of my ability.
Here are a few steps to executing a successful Flop Shot.
- Take your time. Really visualize where you see the ball landing on the green and how it’s going to roll in the hole.
- Grip your wedge comfortably to where your club face is set open to the golf ball. The back of the lob wedge should be resting on the ground.
- Make sure to have an open stance. The ball position should be placed in the back of your stance.
- Make sure to have a soft, long fluid swing. Keep your club face open throughout your entire swing especially through impact to where the club face should be facing the pretty blue sky.
- Swing left of your body (if you are a right-hander). Do not try to swing at the target. Your stance is open so your body-lines should all be aimed left of your target. Swing in relation to your body lines, not toward the target.
Spend time practicing your flop shots and make sure to have fun with them!
Your step 2 is explained nicely. It’s where so many golfers make the mistake of “opening” the face be simply turning the club open after gripping it. Instead of as you stress, setting the face open and then gripping it. All of this tip is perfect.
Your fashion statement is just as perfect.